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Front Yard Fencing Design

by | Nov 29, 2021

When you see fences in yards, more often than not it’ll be in the backyard of a home. After all, it’s very common to want privacy for your backyard and this is where most homeowners will choose to incorporate a fence into their home for their needs.

However, it’s a little less common to see front yard fencing designs. Although they may not be quite as popular, there’s still a wide range of homeowners who opt to include a front yard fence for their home. Fences in your front yard can add a lot to a home and there are many reasons why you may want to consider them.

It’s less common that homeowners think of including front yard fencing in their home, but once they see what it can do for their home they consider it.

If you’ve been thinking about including a fence in your front yard but aren’t sure what you need or what design options will look best, we’ve curated a few front yard fence ideas to inspire you!

Vertical Patinated Steel Fence

For some homes, you may not want a fence that will completely obstruct the view of your home but you want enough to keep your front lawn safe and block it off from the road. In these cases, a chain-link fence may seem like an option, but you can take it up a notch with a vertical patinated steel fence. This fence won’t only look unique, but it’ll also do the job of keeping your lawn safe while having your home look stunning.

A Traditional Brick Wall

Then there are circumstances where you may want more privacy for your yard that will leave it completely closed in. Don’t settle for less with a temporary hardware fence, instead choose an option that will last a lifetime. If you’re willing to commit to a front yard fencing design that gives you the ultimate level of privacy, a traditional brick wall is a way to go.  This wall will give your yard the highest grade of privacy and add fine detail to your yard that you may not have considered before.

Glass Panels

If you spent a lot on your home and made sure that you had the dream view from your patio, chances are that you don’t want to cover it up with a brick wall. However, when you’ve got neighbors right next door you may be craving some level of privacy for your home. Fortunately, there’s a combination that can give you both privacy and the pretty view that you’ve been looking for with a front yard fencing design suited for you. This option is tempered glass panels that will allow you to have a private patio while also buffering the wind and weather from your home while you’re on the patio.

Raw Cedar

Although there’s the option of modern and classic fence options, nothing compares to a front yard fencing idea that includes raw cedar. Uncut cedar logs can give any home a rough-hewn and rustic look with a fence that looks weathered and raw. A raw and rustic fence can add to any home, but it pairs perfectly with a ranch home that has both a touch of modern and rustic to it.

Front Yard White Picket FencingA Classic White Picket Fence

Is there anything more classic for your yard than a sweet white picket fence? We certainly don’t think so! This classic fence is the go-to choice for any cottage that’s surrounded by bright flowers and if you want to add some good old-fashioned cottage charm to your home. It’s not only an adorable touch to your home, but it’s also one of the easiest front yard fencing designs to install and one of the simplest options.

Our experienced staff is ready to help you decide on what type of fencing works best for the front yard of your home. If you’re interested in getting a fencing design quote, contact us today!

Matthew Horn

Vice President of LandArt solutions since 2008, Matt Horn brings unrivaled experience and training to his work. Matt has multiple certifications from the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) and in stormwater management that cover installation, maintenance, and inspection. Among his specialties is the installation of residential and permeable pavers and retaining walls, but his quiver contains many more skills. These include landscape design and renovation, green building, site planning, drainage solutions, and many more. Matt’s experience in landscape design includes but is hardly limited to patios, turf (natural and synthetic), hardscaping, lighting, and irrigation. As an influential part of LandArt deeply invested in its success, reputation, and client satisfaction, Matt has played a principal role in adding beauty, function, and value to multitudes of North Carolina homes and businesses.

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